At your selected departure time, your guide will meet you at your hotel in Mcleod Ganj. Start your journey towards Dharamkot. Your walk will be approximately 1.25 miles (2 km) to your first stop, Naddi village. This village is generally inhabited by the Gaddi families, a tribal group from Himachal Pradesh. Naddi village is known worldwide for the presence of the Dalai Lama and offers panoramic views of Kangra Valley and the Dhauladhar ranges. After finding yourself in a ridge covered with high trees and hills, you will reach a small temple named Galu Devi, the oldest temple dedicated to Mata Durgra. The best thing about Dharamkot is the vibe, a mix of music, pure spiritual energy of the Himalayas, and happiness of the simple lifestyle of locals. Experience peace and a feeling oneness with the nature.
From Dharamkot, walk about 1.85 miles (3 km) to Bhagsunag to visit the market and the Bhagsunag temple, an ancient temple dedicated to lord Shiva with a fresh water spring. The village of Bhagsu is originally a tribal Gaddi village, but now many Israelis have made it their home offering services and working to support themselves. Your guide will give you a history of the temple as you walk another .6 mile (1km) to see the beautiful Bhagsunag waterfall.
Your guide will take you back to Bhagsunag temple where your tour will end. From here, you can walk back to Mcleod Ganj, which is approximately 1.5 miles (2.5 km) or your guide can assist you in hiring local transportation (autorickshaw or car at own expense) to take you back to your hotel.
Times are subject to change due to local traffic conditions.